Wednesday, July 18, 2007

SALSA for Weight Loss?

In physical exercise, aerobic exercise is literally means "with oxygen", and refers to the use of oxygen in muscles' energy-generating process. Aerobic exercise, which is also referred to as Cardio, includes any type of exercise, typically those performed at moderate levels of intensity for extended periods of time, that maintain an increased heart rate. In such exercise, oxygen is used to "burn" fats and glucose.

“But why do people think they have to get on a treadmill or bike at the gym to do their Cardio?” says Rafael Moret,CSCS, President of Results 4 Sure Personal Training ( “After a while walking on the treadmill or riding the bike at the gym is boring, and you don’t want that”. People should only do their cardio indoors once per week, the rest of the aerobic workout should come from an outside activity. People want to have fun with their workouts and develop habits that will become part of their lifestyle. “Salsa Dancing, not Salsa Aerobics, is the one that we encourage the most.” Salsa is a dance that can evoke the wild, untamed spirit in us all. If you’re tired of going to the gym, tired of working out to music that doesn't inspire you, then why not dance and get a great workout at the same time to music you’ll love. It is perfect for those who want to burn calories and learn Latin dancing at the same time!

“The reason we encourage dance class vs. aerobic class is because of the Lifestyle enhancing qualities it provides,” says Moret. Exercising has to be part of your life not just a phase, if you are looking to lose weight or simple stay in shape. Sometimes, aerobic classes are very repetitious and don’t actually teach skills you can use on the Dance floor, which create a lifestyle that people will enjoy and not seem like its work, and that guarantees weight loss and good cardiovascular activity. SALSA is hot, sexy, fun and easy to follow. Salsa is absolutely captivating for those who dance, and for those who observe.

Want to know what kind of results you can expect? Well, in a 1hour class the average person can burn 300-600 calories. That is about the same amount of calories you would burn in a traditional “Spinning” class or 1 hour on cross trainer with heavy resistance.“

When our clients live in the South Florida area we send them to Tony at Salsabor Tropical ( ).For our Central Florida clients we refer them to Eric at Universal Mambo ( ).” says Rafael. “Our clients expect results that will last a lifetime and we provide that be helping them develop a better lifestyle”.Are you ready to take action? Are you ready to investin your “life insurance policy that pays you duringYOUR lifetime?”If so, click below. I'm standing by to help younow!Simply click on the link below and take your FREE Personal Training Consultation!

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